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beverly57
10/29/2015 14:08 EST

My husband is retiring next year. I was a German major in college, studied in Germany. Read German. Rusty in speaking. Understand the history and culture. My dream is to solidify my German fluency and live in my favorite city of Salzburg for a year. I know nothing about moving there for a short time, what Austria requires, healthcare coverage, what it costs to rent in Salzburg, the issues in moving - basically I know nothing on what it takes to live there and what I don't even know to ask. Where do I even start?

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Joan101
10/29/2015 21:08 EST

Not sure if you really want to go there at this time. I just heard about the Chanellor of Germany "letter of suicide". The Serians have not immigrated, but invaded!

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